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A mummified cat head with its features drawn onto the bandages and false ears constructed. It is lik (cont.)
A mummified cat body (the head is detached, AB77a). The accompanying label states that it was presen (cont.)
This is part of an animal skull, possibly belonging to a goat.
A set of bandaged, mummified remains. Externally this looks like it could be a mummified dog. Howeve (cont.)
The mummified remains of an animal with traces of the skull and bandages present. The remains have (cont.)
A bag of mummified animal remains and bandages which are very crumbly and broken.
This object was assumed to be a mummified cat with its wrappings in a crossed design. The head is in (cont.)
Flint debitage and a bone artefact. Probably from France. Some of the flints seemed to be marked 'La (cont.)
Box of flint, animal teeth and pottery, possibly from France.
Animal tooth, flint and obsidian. One piece of flint is labelled 'Mousterian, Late No 39 Les Eyzies' (cont.)
A mammoth tooth, and other fragments of bone. These are likely not from Egypt.
A collection of miscellaneous animal bones. They were collected by Rev. Foulkes-Jones c.1849, and do (cont.)
Piece of ibex horn from a tomb. Purchased by Wellcome at auction in November 1920.
Some pieces of mummified remains. They were 3-D scanned by Swansea Engineering student Rebecca Frank (cont.)
The mummified remains of animal foot/paw with claws, likely canine. It was collected by Rev. Foulkes (cont.)
Several pieces of mummified remains, including part of the leg of a small animal and some fur.